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Fund Raising


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215.448.1200 www.fi.edu


TWISTING ROW


WORKS YOUR LATS AND TRAPS, THE UPPER BACK MUSCLES ENGAGED EVERY TIME YOU ROW A BOAT, PADDLE A CANOE, OR EVEN START A LAWNMOWER.


1 Grab a dumbbell in your right hand. Get into a bent-over row position: Split your stance, with left leg forward and right leg back, both knees bent. Bend at the waist and allow the dumbbell’s weight to pull your arm perpendicular to the floor. This is the starting position.


2 Pull the dumbbell to your chest while rotating your shoulders to the right.


scouting magazine, 4.625x4.875


Do 10 repetitions, and then repeat the exercise while holding the dumbbell in your left hand and positioning your right leg forward and left back.


Your Scout Troop (or church, school, youth or civic group) will work directly with the manufacturer to make 40% profit.


Your supporters receive a tremendous


value on remarkable kitchen knives, utensils and gift sets (quick mixes, cookbooks, soy wax candles and stoneware too)!


Rada Cutlery’s reputation for Made in the USA quality is well known. We have made and sold over 128,000,000 knives since 1948!


Our proven fund raising system guarantees your success.


Request your FREE catalog and information packet:


1-800-311-9691


or www.RadaCutlery.com NOTE: Dept A11Sco


Find out why our customers say that “Rada knives sell themselves!”


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